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09:24 Local, The (Dhananjay Kapoor, 2004)
Imagine a single train with a seating capacity of 1050, bursting at the seams with more than 4500 passengers. The result 'a surreal journey which highlights the daily reality of an overcrowded and pe… Read more

1 - 1 (Natalia Koryncka, 1986)
A gritty portrayal of a young Polish couple's lifestyle. An alarm clock heralds their shift work and their inability to spend time with one another ... Read more

10 ON TEN (Abbas Kiarostami, 2004)
'Abbas Kiarostami has had extensive influence on world filmmaking over his 30-year career, particularly in Iran and developing countries. 10 on Ten,a self-contained masterclass on cinema, succinctly … Read more

100 NY NY (Kyle Kibbe, 1990)
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101 REYKJAVIK (Baltasar Kormákur, 2000)
Hlynur considers waking up in time to masturbate to aerobic workouts on early morning TV a major achievement. A 20-something slacker with zero ambition, he has moved from child support to the dole an… Read more

12 STOREYS (Eric Khoo, 1997)
A moving and thought provoking second film by Meepok Man director Eric Khoo, 12 Storeys is a look at a day in the life of three households in a Housing and Development Board estate of cramped three-r… Read more

1922 (Nikos Kondouros, 1978)
1922 was made by Nikos Kondouros and, after screening at the 1978 Thessaloniki Festival, it was banned. It has now been released following the change of government in Greece. ... 1922 is the most emo… Read more

1972 (Stephan Kayser, 1972)
Dedicated to the victims of the Black September murders, this film is a thoughtful impression of the Olympic Games 1972. ... Read more

3-IRON (Kim Ki-Duk, 2004)
The mesmerising 3-Iron, which won him the Best Director Award at the Venice Film Festival, again proves Kim Ki-duk deserves his reputation as one of the world's leading outsider filmmakers. Exemplify… Read more

4 (Ilya Khrzhanovsky, 2004)
From its explosive beginning, Ilya Khrzhanovsky's 4 will satisfy those with an eye for the imaginative and an ear for the industrial. This unique and enigmatic Tiger Award-winning debut is based on a… Read more

A Bell for Ursli (Ulrich Kündig, 1964)
In the Canton of Grisons in Switzerland, in an age-old Spring rite, the village boys chase away winter with bells, rattles and cracking whips. ... First Prize for the Best Youth Film, Bruxelles Touri… Read more

A Berlin Lost (Richard Kostenaletz, 1985)
In this subtle visual history, the Jewish cemetery at Weissensee (now in East Berlin) and its evocative gravestones become an archeological window into a Berlin that no longer exists On the soundtrac… Read more

A CHAIN OF ISLANDS (Kei Kumai, 1965)
An American soldier is found drowned in Tokyo Bay. A year later, while the authorities are still investigating, the U.S. Army suddenly declares the case closed. There have been several other deaths w… Read more

A Coal Mine in South Wales (Joachim Kreck, 1983)
In parts of New South Wales there are still mines under private ownership where work is conducted in methods similar to those of the 19th Century. Detailed, expressive imagery dispenses with narrativ… Read more

A CONSTRUCTIVE MADNESS (Tom Ball, Brian Neff, Jeffrey Kipnis, 2003)
A fascinating, probing documentary that chronicles the decade that seminal architect Frank Gehry spent designing, planning and modelling a home for multi-millionaire Peter B. Lewis. The makers of A C… Read more

A CONVERSATION WITH GREGORY PECK (Barbara Kopple, 1999)
A Hollywood veteran as subject for a documentary veteran makes for a superb film. This warm, intimate but unobtrusive, account of Gregory Peck's personal and professional life is a triumph of portrai… Read more

A Day and a Half (Michael Karris, 1987)
Playing like the first third of a feature film, A Day and a Half carefully observes the inter-relations between a family through the eyes of an 11 year old girl. ... Former AFTRS student Michael Karr… Read more

A HIGHER PRINCIPLE (Jiri Krejcik, 1960)
In 1946 Jan Drda, a 31-year-old writer, published a book of eleven stories called "The Silent Barricade", all dealing with the struggle against the Nazis. He had already written a number of books, of… Read more

A KIND OF FAMILY (Andrew Koster, 1992)
... ... Glen Murray is a city councillor in Win­nipeg. He's a popular community figure, a tireless worker for charities and a highly-respected gay role model. He lives his life in a hurry; 15 of … Read more

A MARRIED COUPLE (Allan King, 1969)
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A Poet's Life (Kihachiro Kawamoto, 1974)
An animated fable about a poor old woman who was spinning wool, but got so tired that she turned into yarn herself, and was wound onto a spool. . . She was knitted into a jacket, and then a very cold… Read more

A RITUAL (Girish Kasaravalli, 1977)
Until recently, in some villages of India, if a widow was discovered to have taken a lover, she was outcast from the community, and ghatashraddha, the last rites were performed over her. This film by… Read more

A SCENE AT THE SEA (Takeshi Kitano, 1991)
... ... The expectations set by Takeshi's previous two films were purposefully undone when he moved past American action films and com­pletely wrote out of the script his own distinc­tive per… Read more

A SCENE AT THE SEA (Takeshi Kitano, )
Fans of Takeshi's two films prior to this (Violent Cop and Boiling Point) must have had their expectations confounded! After his relentless explorations of renegade cops and pitiless Yakuza, to come … Read more

A Tale of Two Cities (M. Kobel, )
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